What Global Citizen said was right. If you really want this job, you really have to take it seriously. Don't wear jeans and t-shirt. It shows unprofessionalism, unless you are sure you will pass through each round smoothly. Well, I'd really doubt that. It is better to dress conservative than to be too daring. A suitable attire would be business wear.
Guys should wear shirt, tie, pants and socks and dress shoes. Ladies should wear blouse, skirt, neutral color or skin color stockings and court shoes (one to one and a half inch heels are preferred by any airlines). I read somewhere that airlines prefer skirts than pants for ladies. I even read once that pants is a no-no for any airlines. It's really up to you.
Of course, hair should be more natural colored. Tied up or bun up neatly for ladies and guys, you know how you should keep your hair neat. For guys, earrings are still a no-no and wearing more than one ring on your fingers is not going to get you any brownie points either. I would not even wear a bracelet and would settle for a conservative watch. Try to look like a businessman/woman who came to close a serious deal. In this case, your serious deal is to be a flight attendant.
Make sure you bring all the relevant documents to the interview; application form, resume, educational certifcates, photographs, etc. I would bring a copy of the educational certificates just in case they want to keep them.
What should you say during the interview during the one-minute speech? Start with condensing your resume and application form information into your one-minute speech. Write it down. Present the highlights of your life. Identify what the airline gains by hiring you. Find a reason why you and the airline are such a good combination. If you have additional language proficiency, make them known. It requires a bit of research on the company; its history, achievements, fleets, etc. Your research will go a long way throughout the whole recruitment exercise.
Try to calm yourself while you wait for your turn. Being too nervous won't bring you to the next step because airlines want confident individuals. You are there for only one reason - to sell yourself. Remember that airline may keep their eye on you already while you wait (but don't get paranoid about that). Be confident and think you are unique (trust me, you are). Think positive and believe in yourself. The key is to know your worth, present it right and have fun. Don't forget to show your most valuable asset - YOUR SMILE.
Jangan tanya soalan merepek boleh tak?